Why I chose to study at the National University of Singapore


This was an article contribution by Mr Mick LEE Chang Jie, a fourth-year undergraduate biological sciences student at NUS, in which he shared that the exciting life sciences curriculum, global experiential learning opportunities and the possibilities of being able to learn outside the classroom were what attracted him to study at NUS. He added that he has many opportunities to interact with professors and research fellows from all over the globe even as an undergraduate student, for example, he is currently working in a stroke laboratory looking at a protein complex named inflammasomes and its role in brain development. He also took up the Thai Language Programme at the NUS Centre for Language Studies which has helped him learn more about Thai culture.


Source : Times Higher Education (Tuesday, 21 March 2017)


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